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By: Spousal Support  09-12-2011
Keywords: Family Law, supreme court, legal research

What does the Revised Spousal Support Database contain?

This database incorporates almost all available reported and unreported cases from all provinces of Canada dealing with spousal support since the watershed decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in Moge v. Moge of December 17, 1992. The database is updated on a weekly basis. These decisions are obtained from Q.L. System's on-line legal research facility, Quicklaw, and from the Reports of Family Law (RFL) reporting series published by Carswell Thomson Professional Publishing, a division of Thomson Canada Limited.

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John Syrtash's Family Law Research for practitioners - database

As a result of changes in both Canada's Income Tax and Divorce Act in 1977, child support is no longer deductible for any new agreements or new court orders, including variations of former orders, on or after May, 1997. The revised Spousal Support database will also apply the new Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines and compare the results for your client's circumstances to the case law.


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Each entry in the chart above represents a case.